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Omen X Emperium 65" 3840x2160 VA 144hz 4ms G-sync HDR1000 Ultrawide LED Backlit Gaming Display £1900 @ HP Shop
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Omen X Emperium 65" 3840x2160 VA 144hz 4ms G-sync HDR1000 Ultrawide LED Backlit Gaming Display £1900 @ HP Shop

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Posted 15th Jun
Hps Emperium 65" bgd. 4k, 144hz, gsync, and a built in nvidia shield. Low stock so get it fast
op features:

- 65” 4K Ultra HD screen is perfect for immersive gaming
- NVIDIA G-SYNC with HDR for high-quality images that won't tear
- 144 Hz refresh rate gives you super smooth graphics
- NVIDIA Shield built-in for music and TV streaming apps
- Wall mountable design with loads of connectivity

Play. Bigger.
Massive, mind-blowing, and incredibly immersive—the OMEN X Emperium 65 takes over your living room, and all your senses, with its 65-inch diagonal screen, 4K2 UHD resolution, and HDR-1000 visuals.

Game-changing visual technologies
- Quantum dots
- Full direct-array backlight
- Cinema-standard colour


WALL MOUNTABLE
The OMEN X Emperium 65 mounts to the wall using a 400x400mm VESA mount8 and includes brackets to attach the soundbar10 directly beneath the display.

AMBIENT LIGHTING
Customisable ambient lighting reduces eye strain during extended use—especially in a dark environment.

PROXIMITY LIGHTING
Proximity lighting uses a sensor to detect your hand when trying to find the correct port selection.

65” 4K Ultra HD screen

The HP OMEN X Emperium 4K Ultra HD 65” LED Gaming Monitor looks just like a high-end TV – except it's loaded with all the specs and features you need for an incredible gaming set up.

The Ultra HD resolution is perfect for the latest games on 4K consoles like the PS4 Pro or Xbox X, and if you've got an expensive graphics card in your PC you can finally push it to the limits. So when you're exploring abandoned buildings in Resident Evil, it will be even more immersive (and terrifying).

NVIDIA G-SYNC with HDR

If you do game on a PC, you want to know your GPU and monitor are working at the same pace. Which is where NVIDIA G-SYNC comes in. It matches your monitor to your graphics card, so you won't get any screen tearing or drop in quality.

The OMEN X also has HDR 1000 technology, so the contrast in your image will be more vivid. Bright sunlight won't get washed out in cinematic cut scenes, and you won't miss a thing in a shadowy dungeon.

144 Hz refresh rate

Whether you're battling in League of Legends or hunting down other players in PUBG, you don't anything to slow you down. Which is why the Emperium has a 144 Hz refresh rate – every image will be super smooth, and you can game as fast as you like without dropping quality.

NVIDIA SHIELD built-in

There's also built-in NVIDIA SHIELD streaming, so you can use hundreds of apps like Spotify and Netflix, play games from the Cloud, or cast a game from your laptop or another desktop.

Wall mountable design

If you like to switch between your console and PC, or if you have multiple consoles – the HP OMEN X has you covered. There's loads of ports, so you can connect to a number of sources at once and switch between them without needing to mess around with cables.

And it's wall mountable too – so you can transform your gaming experience without needing a huge desk.
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Just ordered 3 for a triple monitor setup. Great deal!
uberjuba15/06/2020 14:53

You going triple monitor arms or just a straight scaffolding job?


Haven't decided yet, need to knock down a wall first.
Personally would rather just go for an LG OLED. Not a huge difference between 120hz and 144hz, especially as OLEDs have a lower pixel response rate.
r.simsini15/06/2020 14:45

Just ordered 3 for a triple monitor setup. Great deal!


You going triple monitor arms or just a straight scaffolding job?
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Expensive for rebranded hp tv /monitor, there is lot of TV top end you get for this, for example a Sony XG a8 or a XG950 with change left over
Just ordered 3 for a triple monitor setup. Great deal!
Bavy15/06/2020 14:44

Expensive for rebranded hp tv /monitor, there is lot of TV top end you get …Expensive for rebranded hp tv /monitor, there is lot of TV top end you get for this, for example a Sony XG a8 or a XG950 with change left over


Depends if you want the deep blacks of oled or if you want high refresh, gsync and nvidia shield
r.simsini15/06/2020 14:45

Just ordered 3 for a triple monitor setup. Great deal!


You going triple monitor arms or just a straight scaffolding job?
uberjuba15/06/2020 14:53

You going triple monitor arms or just a straight scaffolding job?


Haven't decided yet, need to knock down a wall first.
r.simsini15/06/2020 14:54

Haven't decided yet, need to knock down a wall first.


To the bank?
Bavy15/06/2020 14:44

Expensive for rebranded hp tv /monitor, there is lot of TV top end you get …Expensive for rebranded hp tv /monitor, there is lot of TV top end you get for this, for example a Sony XG a8 or a XG950 with change left over


You can't compare the two... This has all the benefits of a top end 4K tv with the added extra of top monitor features such as 144hz and Gsync.
uberjuba15/06/2020 14:53

You going triple monitor arms or just a straight scaffolding job?


Personally would rather just go for an LG OLED. Not a huge difference between 120hz and 144hz, especially as OLEDs have a lower pixel response rate.
Fair play beast!
Don't think people realise how common screen tearing is hence why this has g sync
3anana15/06/2020 17:08

Personally would rather just go for an LG OLED. Not a huge difference …Personally would rather just go for an LG OLED. Not a huge difference between 120hz and 144hz, especially as OLEDs have a lower pixel response rate.


G-sync is a much better advantage for a gaming experience though.... And you don't get that with oled.

Plus oleds more likely to have screen retention for serious players if you're gaming on it loads due to HUDs etc. That's the specific thing that causes image burn
jaymorgangrice21/06/2020 11:36

G-sync is a much better advantage for a gaming experience though.... And …G-sync is a much better advantage for a gaming experience though.... And you don't get that with oled.Plus oleds more likely to have screen retention for serious players if you're gaming on it loads due to HUDs etc. That's the specific thing that causes image burn



LG OLEDs support Gsync. And their lower pixel response will always be a better experience for gaming than VA.
Edited by: "3anana" 21st Jun
3anana21/06/2020 11:44

LG OLEDs support Gsync. And their lower pixel response will always be a …LG OLEDs support Gsync. And their lower pixel response will always be a better experience for gaming than VA.


Huh. Didn't know that.

I wasn't saying lower pixel wasn't, just that gsync is more important for experiance than a lower response. Which is now invalidated anyways

Edit: still, image retention would make oled a no from me though
Edited by: "jaymorgangrice" 21st Jun
this with built-in xbox would be well worth the price
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